Student Leaders: Where Are They Now?
February 26, 2021
Five recent graduates from CBF's Student Leadership Program reflect on their experiences with CBF and how they have led them to where they are today.
What We Owe to George Washington Carver
February 25, 2021
In honor of Black History Month, we remember George Washington Carver, a scientist and pioneer in agricultural research. His work is fundamental to many important environmental practices used today. In particular, his research is critical to a number of CBF initiatives as it relates to today’s push for regenerative agriculture.
Save the Bay News: How Farms Can Save the Bay
February 19, 2021
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content for you to enjoy at home. This month, we look at some of the farmers implementing conservation measures to help save the Bay.
Clean Water, New Grass, and Space for Wildlife
February 16, 2021
Rotational grazing improves water quality and pasture quality at Funkhouser Farms in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley.
Partners in Clean Water
February 10, 2021
For Chesapeake farmers to help save the Bay, the Biden administration needs to partner with them.
Congress Goes WILD for New Restoration Program
February 9, 2021
New Chesapeake WILD program will help restore fish and wildlife habitat and bolster recreational opportunities through the Watershed, if Congress delivers funding.
This Is the Way Small Farms Can Survive and Thrive
February 8, 2021
Dairy farmer Matt Bomgardner sees grazing as a way to save money and preserve family farms.
Students to Maryland Legislators: We Need Climate Solutions Now!
February 3, 2021
CBF Student Leaders from across the state spoke up about the need for strong climate legislation.
The Day the Ladybugs Moved In
February 1, 2021
On their farm in Frederick County, Maryland, MK and Andrew Barnet are working to restore the soil, the water, and the planet—all in the name of good food and good life.
Why Environmental Literacy Should be Part of Pennsylvania’s Education Standards
January 29, 2021
Without these key topics included in our education program, we risk losing the opportunity to create well-informed students through environmental investigations and exploration.
Six Remarkable Memories from a Five-Decade Career
January 28, 2021
Upon his retirement, longtime CBF Educator Bill Portlock reflects on special moments in the field.
From a ‘Cry for Survival’ to a Call to Action: President Biden Takes First Steps for the Chesapeake Bay
January 27, 2021
Early actions by the Biden administration will help us save the Bay by returning science to the core of federal decision-making, advancing environmental justice, and tackling climate change.
Save the Bay News: 2020 State of the Bay and Legislative Sessions
January 22, 2021
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content for you to enjoy at home. Start with our 2020 State of the Bay report, a comprehensive scientific assessment of where the Chesapeake's health stands now.
It's Time for Maryland Leaders to Double Down on Support for Restoring the Chesapeake Bay
January 13, 2021
Maryland is at a crossroads in its efforts to meet pollution reduction goals in time for the 2025 bay cleanup deadline.
Testifying on Behalf of Clean Water
January 12, 2021
CBF Student Leader Connor Ransom reflects on his experience giving public testimony on an environmental amendment in Maryland.
CBF Student Leaders Ask Congress to Save the Bay
January 11, 2021
As the 117th Congress is sworn in, a group of students has come together to share their thoughts on what the federal government needs to do to save the Bay.
Trees Are Improving Communities and Virginia Legislators Can Help
January 7, 2021
Trees are a simple and effective tool to make Virginia neighborhoods more livable while providing a cost-effective option to address environmental concerns. In the upcoming General Assembly session, Virginia legislators should help cities and counties expand those efforts.
Eight Ways the New Administration Can Save the Bay
December 30, 2020
There are only four years left to meet the goals of the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint. To help us get there, the Biden administration will have to hit the ground running.
Pennsylvania's Wins, Whiffs, and Wishes for 2020 and Beyond!
December 29, 2020
While enduring an unprecedented year of restrictions and challenges brought on by COVID-19, CBF staff and volunteers in Pennsylvania were able persevere during the pandemic and have a productive 2020. In the Keystone State, field work was significantly reduced and staff successes came from working virtually and at home.
Salt for Snow and Ice: Effects on Waterways Not Very Nice
December 22, 2020
Just like too much salt in your diet can be bad for your health, too much salt on our roads and sidewalks can be bad for the health of our rivers and streams.
Save the Bay News: Six Bay-Savers to Watch
December 18, 2020
Our monthly roundup of engaging and educational content for you to enjoy at home.
December 16, 2020
A CBF volunteer advocate gives away 12,000 trees, creating a healthier Richmond for all.
Little Fish, Big Success
December 15, 2020
Virginia fisheries advocate John Bello was part of a team that advocated for the scientific management of the Bay’s important menhaden.
Oyster to the People
December 11, 2020
Professional “Oyster Ninja” Gardner Douglas helps buoy the oyster industry from his home base in District Heights, Maryland.
Volunteering for Good
December 10, 2020
Norka Ruiz Bravo feeds her interests and the needs of others at CBF’s Clagett Farm in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
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